Monday, 9 February 2015

Prince Charles says radicalisation of young people 'alarming' per BBC News (Update)

Yesterday I blogged:
'There is something alarming about this BBC report and it's that it fails to mention Islam or Muslims even once.
Is Prince Charles really so politically correct that he didn't say which young people were becoming radicalised? Or did the BBC censor what he said? Ordinarily I would suspect the BBC but in this case...'
It seems that I did Prince Charles a disservice.

Whilst the BBC's  report on a BBC interview with Prince Charles manages to excise all mention of Muslims or Islam, Sky News manages to report what he actually said, not what the dhimmis at the BBC wish he had said:
'Prince Charles said preventing the radicalisation of Muslim youth was a "great challenge" and something that could not be swept "under the carpet".

He expressed particular concern over the threat posed by young Muslims coming into contact with extremists online, describing it as "frightening".'
The BBC are shameless in their protection of Muslims from criticism, why?

1 comment:

ronnie b said...

am no fan of Prince Charles but glad that you noted the BBC bias and gave him at least some credit for what he actually said.